Benoît-Hugo St-Pierre joins INS Québec
BENOÎT-HUGO ST-PIERRE TO JOIN INS QUÉBEC AS
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS OF EXCELLENCE
AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
The Institut national du sport du Québec (INS Québec) announces the arrival, effective November 13, of Benoît-Hugo St-Pierre as Director, Programs of Excellence and Professional Development.
“The experience and expertise that Benoît-Hugo St-Pierre will bring will enable INS Québec to maintain the quality of its activities with its current clienteles, while accelerating the implementation of new services designed especially for provincial sports federations” says Roger Archambault, Vice President, Performance Services. “We were impressed by the scope of his career and the wide range of his achievements, and look forward to a structuring and fruitful collaboration with our clientele and partners.”
“Supporting the development of sports excellence through the development and implementation of programs and services targeting high-performance coaches and athletes is part of my DNA. So joining INS Québec is a perfect match,” says Benoît-Hugo St-Pierre, the new Director of Excellence Programs and Professional Development. I look forward to this new challenge and to working with my new team to ensure that the Institute continues to be renowned as a performance partner of choice by Canadian and Québec sports organizations.”
A natural leader with excellent capacity to adapt, Benoît-Hugo St-Pierre is renowned for his ability to mobilize people towards common goals. With solid experience in management, team coordination, promotion, project development and partnerships in the field of sport, physical activity and healthy lifestyles, he joins INS Québec after some fifteen years with Québec en Forme and M361, where he was Business Development Director prior to his appointment. He is well acquainted with the high-performance sport ecosystem, having created the excellence program at Triathlon Québec, where he was director and coach. He holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health, as well as certifications in leadership and management skills.
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